Albatron are looking after small form factor owners with the release of a physically shrunken NVIDIA 7900GT video card, which due to the modified (smaller) PCB allows one to easily whack it into their SFF without any space issues.
DigiTimes have all the details.
Albatron Technology has launched the 7900GT graphics card in a shorter and slimmer form factor, but retaining strong game playing capabilities. The new card is designed to give gamers the power to use the most intensive 3D graphics software available today in small-form-factor (SFF) systems, according to the company.
Most SFF systems, such as cube PCs, are limited in space, length and width. The limited space may restrict the use of the latest high-performance graphics cards, Albatron said. Due to heat sinks and cooling fans, a high-performance graphics card is thicker and longer than average cards, the company noted. The GeForce 7900 GT series manages to solve the heat dissipation challenges in a smaller form factor, according to Albatron.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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